Out now: Leonard A Steverson’s review of Carla P Davis’ book “Girls and Juvenile Justice” #sssi #bookreview #sociology

Leonard A. Stevenson writes in his review of Davis’s book “Girls and Juvenile Justice” would be a fine ancillary to upper division courses in sociology and criminology, especially those involving symbolic interactionism, juvenile delinquency, institutional correc- tions, gender inequality, racial inequality, and other topics. The author’s clear descrip- tion of the processes involved in her research (another major strength of the book) also makes it useful for courses in qualitative research methods. Outside the aca- demic setting, the book’s minimal use of abstract jargon allows the interested lay public a glimpse into the lives of people at the intersection of race, gender, age, and stigmatized status.”Stevenson’s review review of the book has been published on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. SSSI Members can download it by clicking the image below. To join SSSI and subscribe to Symbolic Interaction from $31 (£23) please click HERE.

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